Golf News for Friday, October 22, 2010
Playing the golf ball for the first time in competition, Harrington captured the Asian Tour's Iskandor Johor Open in Malaysia, becoming the first player to win with the new 2011 Pro V1x prototype golf ball. [... more » ]
"It's a hard way to make an easy living," said Gore. "A lot of people play for money, but I love trophies. Trophies shine! This one ranks among the best. It's just been so darn long." [... more » ]
"The new 910 drivers provide improvements in flight, fit, looks, feel and sound, and provide a new level of precision fitting to deliver total performance and driving confidence," said Steve Pelisek, GM, Titleist Golf Clubs. [... more » ]
"This year's new collection is unprecedented for the company in that it boasts the highest level of technology, detail, style and performance," said Jose Miraflor, Director of Product Marketing for Accessories. [... more » ]
"We have taken a thoughtful and thorough approach during this process," said James R. Fitzroy, President of the Golf Course Superintendents Association of America. "We are contacting numerous people." [... more » ]
"Now, we have room for the latest technology, a larger club repair facility and student lounge, bigger indoor practice and teaching areas, and more," said GGA Phoenix Campus Director Tim Eberlein. [... more » ]
"Kevin is a trained sales professional who we have had heading up our Marketing Department for the past four years," said Tom McDonald, YGC's President. "His real strength lies in sales management." [... more » ]
"Frank is most deserving of the Col. John Morley Distinguished Service Award," said GCSAA President James R. Fitzroy, CGCS. "He has made outstanding and significant contributions." [... more » ]
Last week, I went through a golf physical assessment at the Titleist Performance Institute at PGA National Resort & Spa. They use a bunch of high-tech stuff and some not-so high tech tests to figure out if you can get your body parts in the right place to route the club efficiently, powerfully and consistently. Not surprisingly, I learned that I have several physical limitations that hamper my ability to make a good golf swing. [... more » ]
I caught about an hour of action yesterday on TNT of the PGA Grand Slam of Golf. McDowell, Els, Kaymer and Toms had the competitive edge of a wet noodle. Bermuda looks great, and so does Port Royal Golf Course. But the PGA's format for the event is an absolute snooze fest. [... more » ]
"The electricity and passion of the 2010 matches will reverberate throughout the grounds for months and years to come," said Dylan Matthews, Chief Executive of Celtic Manor. [... more » ]